2019-2020 Scholarship Information
The Happy Jack Fund will award up to three (3) scholarships to high school seniors who have suffered the loss of a sibling. Each scholarship winner will receive no less than $1,000 to be used for his/her higher education. To apply for the scholarship, the following criteria will be considered:

Considerations for Scholarship Applicants

Submission Requirements

To apply for the scholarship award, the following must be submitted to the Happy Jack Fund Scholarship Committee for review:

Due Date for Submission

Applications must be submitted online no later than 11:59 pm on March 1, 2020.

The scholarship winner(s) must be available to attend an event sponsored by The Happy Jack Fund on a DATE TBD where the winner(s) will be recognized.

The Happy Jack Fund does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, nationality, religion, or disability.

For questions, please e-mail info@happyjackfund.org

Scholarship Application Form

Applicant Information

Parent/Guardian Information

Extracurricular Activities

Please list any activities, clubs, charities, sports, student government roles, etc…you have participated in.

Activity Dates/How long Your role(s) Your achievement

Other Scholarships or Awards

Please list any other scholarships, awards, publications, or special recognitions you have received.

Type(scholarship, award, publication, special recognition) Date Received Brief Description


The Happy Jack Fund was created to honor the memory of John Thomas “Jack” Doyle, whose life was taken too soon. With his death came much grief and pain for his parents, siblings, and all who were lucky enough to have met him.

In your essay:

  • Describe how the loss of your sibling has affected you
  • Explain how you are dealing the loss
  • Describe what you intend to do with your higher education

Document Checklist

  • Completed application form
  • Official transcript
  • Essay

I hereby assure that the information provided on this application and in my essay is true and correct. If I am awarded the scholarship, I will only use it for expenses pertaining to my higher education.